- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 45. Trade and Commerce
- Chapter 45. Trade Practices
- Section 798. Definitions.
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AS 45.45.798. Definitions.
In AS 45.45.792 - 45.45.798,
- (1) "interactive computer service" means an information service, system, or access software provider that
provides or enables computer access by multiple users to a computer server; "interactive computer service" includes an Internet or
online service provider or a service or system providing access to the Internet, including a system operated by a library or educational
- (2) "Internet" means the combination of computer systems or networks that make up the international network for
interactive communications services, including remote logins, file transfer, electronic mail, and newsgroups;
- (3) "Internet or online service provider" means an interactive computer service that provides software or other
material that enables a person to transmit, receive, display, forward, cache, search, subset, organize, reorganize, or translate
content; select or analyze content; or allow or disallow content;
- (4) "mark" means a registered trademark, registered service mark, or registered domain name in an Internet website
address that is owned, licensed, or lawfully used by a person doing business in this state;
- (5) "pop-up advertisement" means material offering for sale or advertising the availability or quality of a
property, good, or service that is displayed on a user's computer screen, without any request or consent of the user, separate from an
Internet website that a user intentionally accesses;
- (6) "spyware"
- (A) means software on the computer of a user who resides in the state that
- (i) collects information about an Internet website at the time the Internet website is being viewed in the state,
unless the Internet website is the Internet website of the person who provides the software; and
- (ii) uses the information collected contemporaneously to display a pop-up advertisement on the computer;
- (B) does not mean
- (i) an Internet website;
- (ii) a service operated by an Internet or online service provider accessed by a user;
- (iii) software designed and installed primarily to prevent, diagnose, detect, or resolve technical difficulties or
prevent fraudulent activities;
- (iv) software designed and installed to protect the security of the user's computer from unauthorized access or
- (v) software or data that reports information to an Internet website previously stored by the Internet website
on the user's computer, including a cookie; in this sub-subparagraph, "cookie" means a text file that is placed on a computer to record
information that can be read or recognized when the user of the computer later accesses a particular Internet website, online location,
or online service by an interactive computer service, Internet website, or a third party acting on behalf of an interactive computer
service or an Internet website;
- (vi) software that provides the user with the capability to search the Internet;
- (vii) software installed on the user's computer with the consent of the user the primary purpose of which is to
prevent access to certain Internet content;
- (7) "user" means the owner or authorized user of a computer.
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